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  1. I'd trust him and you should too. All SF parks are going to be different next year and so far what I have seen in the last 24 hours I don't like it. All recent moves seem to for stock holder interst.
  2. All y'all need to simmer down. There are lots of good things coming, be patient and don't be so pessimistic. Unless you want a new roller coaster, then please proceed to be pessimistic.
  3. Wouldn't it be cool if they started building a house already this year for next year?
  4. To be clear my statements were past tense, not current tense. COVID over all has been good for the park I would argue. Even cat woman's whip delay was benificial to the park. I just can't provide more details then that. I would argue that for the first time in decades (not an exaggeration), both corporate and local mgmt are passionate and invested in the parks long term success, not just their own. And I don't measure love by number of coaster given, as I would definitely be disappointed over the next couple of years ;-).
  5. I am going to have to disagree with you there, their were several SF executives that started their career at SFSL and really hated the park. Also their was some old mgmt at the park that would willingly pass up coproate funds and projects to "look better".
  6. Does anyone know if FF or HIP is coming back this year? I have not seen any signs of that work in the park yet.
  7. While that is true, usually theme park workers enjoy many "fringe" benifits, such as getting free tickets to other parks via a "park exchange". It's one of the reasons I still "work" at the park.
  8. Yes last I heard the park exchange is still alive between the two parks. If you can't to confirm with SDC call their customer service and ask if they are still doing "park exchange" with SFSl
  9. I really don't understand why kids and even adults as seconds jobs don't want to work at the park anymore. It's a fun job if you want it to be and you build relationships and skills that last a lifetime. Even working something like Food Service at the park can and was for me an enjoyable experience. If you know of a kid or even a young adult looking for a unique and memberable experience have them look at the FF and HIP jobs linked below. https://recruiting2.ultipro.com/SIX1001SIX/JobBoard/64b20d6f-35b6-467b-8c31-abff71260fd1/?q=&o=postedDateDesc
  10. How have crowds been lately? Anyone have a tip report from from today (May 29th)?
  11. Colossus not only made its international debut at the 1984 Louisiana Worlds fair before calling SFSL its home in 1986, but it is still the largest Ferris Wheel in a US theme park.
  12. Todays fact is, the park had a Mule Go Round. I just wanted an excuse to post this picture. In 25 years it's the best picture of the ride I have seen.
  13. Between now and the 5th I am going to post a random fact about the park. - Red steam engine was originally named "Eureka". Can anyone tell me when was the name changed to Tommy G and who was he? - Green Steam engine was named "Little Rock"
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